1.0 BACK GROUND OF THE STUDY
The story illiteracy is a narration of shame and exploitation the conditions of poverty and degradation in which to use these work” HUMANITY SHOULD BE ASHAMED”
This is how sekon Toure of guinea expensed his observation on how the children of Africa are abused and refused being educated. This observation is true and that is why issues of illiteracy has being the concern of the international government and non-government of Nigeria also took a major step my enhancing free education for every one this is to increase the rate of employment and through this reduce the rate of illiteracy and poverty in Nigeria.
The federal government also established the national children welfare committee under the auspices of the ministry of social development in 1982 to assist and advice governed on all matters relating to children by;-
– creating free education for children
– Reviewing polices programmer and services for parents so as to pass the information to their children.
– Formulating a national children welfare policy.
– A close observation of them are either prostitution / or child labour.
1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
We have different thoughts within our minds about this topic. The researcher sees these as a very serious disease among the people living to live so low like animals. As an artist with much creative mind the researcher made it known to people, that being educated can make one to live happily. Through this sufferings or horrible live, the researcher speaks out to the public through representing his feelings artistically through the medium of painting.
Consequently economic depression and the accompanied poverty with the retrenchment is another state of problem.
Inadequate. Levels of living, the growth and movement of populations of the family as a social institution have contributed I immensely to the increasing nature of the statement of the problem.
1.2 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
The purposes of this study are to develop a colorful visual concept of the consequence for being an illiterate which have been seen through observation, most especially in this present days. It hurts me so bad, when ever I set my eyes on children that denied of their rights and treated without love.